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Green Township School District
69 Mackerley Rd
Greendell, NJ 07839

 
 
LDTC
Sept. 1, 2021

Requirements: Must have NJ LDT-C standard certification. Salary based on experience and level of education.
 
Description: Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant - Part-time (3 days per week) position for the 2020-21 school year.
 
Contact: Human Resources, 973-300-3800, email.
Please see our website to apply: www.greenhills.org, Human Resources Department
 

Branchburg Public Schools
240 Baird Road
Branchburg, NJ 08876
 
 
Case Manager/LDTC
Sept. 1, 2021

Requirements: Prior work experience on a Child Study Team including case management. Valid New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher/Consultant Certificate.
 
Description: The school LDT-C functions as a member of the child study team to assess the learner's academic levels and provide support to teachers and families in regards to effective strategies, accommodations, and modifications to aid the learner with special needs in the classroom environment.
 
Contact: Tina Neely, 908-722-2408 x 4670, email.
Interested candidates should apply online through Applitrack
 

Millstone Twp Public Schools
Millstone Twp, NJ 08535
 
 
LDTC
Sept. 1, 2021

Requirements: Valid NJ Certification and Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant endorsement, knowledge of laws and regulations governing special education, strong interpersonal and communication skills
 
Description: Anticipated opening for 2021-2022 school year. Full time. Salary per negotiated contract.
 
Contact: Please apply through applitrack
 

Caldwell University
120 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
 
 
Academic Facilitator (part-time) (Req. # 1626)

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Education with Special Education endorsement plus at least three years of related work experience is required. Master's Degree in Special Education, Counseling, Higher Education or related field is preferred. Experience working with students with disabilities and an understanding of how students with disabilities work and learn is expected. Exposure to computer screen, occasional travel, occasional evening and weekend hours is required. Must be able to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced, high service delivery environment. Experience with Microsoft Office apps and Google Suite and assistive technology is required. The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of laws and policies related to disability and reasonable accommodations in post-secondary settings and the ability to collaborate with the students, families, faculty, staff, and mental/medical health providers in consideration for the best interests of both individual students and the University. Strong organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills will be important for this role. The successful candidate will also have a demonstrated knowledge of inclusive practices and ability to work with diverse populations. Candidates must be willing to support the Catholic Dominican mission of the University.
 
Description: Caldwell University invites applications for a non-exempt, part-time, Academic Facilitator, SOAR program effective June 1, 2021. Reporting to the Director, SOAR, the Academic Facilitator of this learning differences program provides innovative services and support for students with neurological and/or language-based learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorders. Job duties include, but are not limited to; Serving as an advocate for the students in the program. Meeting one on one as scheduled with each assigned student. Developing and reviewing academic plans for each student. Administering intake and outtake forms at the beginning and end of each semester. Maintaining written records that document students' individualized academic plan, approved accommodations, progress reports and student communication. Submitting weekly progress reports to the program Director. Creating and conducting workshops for students in the program. Meeting regularly with assigned students in the facilitator sessions. With the Director of the program, offering workshops for faculty, staff, students, parents to increase knowledge and awareness of learning disabilities, academic accommodations, compliance with legal responsibilities and other relevant topics. Collaborating with academic coaches, professional advisors, and the director of accessibility services in the Academic Success Center on offering educational activities to the students. Providing support to peer mentors. Attending meetings related to the program, including but not limited to; facilitator team meetings and program meetings. Acting as liaison between specific University individuals/departments. See Higher Ed Jobs post.
 
Contact: Michelle Stauss,  (973) 618 - 3555,
Please post applications and all related documents on ADP
 

Caldwell University
120 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
 
 
Director, SOAR (Req. #1625)

Requirements: Master's Degree in Special Education or a related degree plus at least five years related work experience is required. Experience working in higher education is preferred. Knowledge of disability accommodation practices and laws in higher education, sensitivity to the needs of the students with disabilities with a service orientation, while maintaining strict confidentiality is also required. Knowledge of standard educational assessments, psychological assessments and diagnostic methods is expected. Experience with Microsoft Office apps and Google Suite and assistive technology is required. Occasional travel, occasional evening and weekend hours will also be required. The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of laws and policies related to disability and reasonable accommodations in postsecondary settings and the ability to collaborate with the students, families, faculty, staff, and mental/medical health providers in consideration for the best interests of both individual students and the University. Current or prior supervisory experience, strong organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills will be important for this role. The successful candidate will also have a demonstrated knowledge of inclusive practices and ability to work with diverse populations. Candidates must be willing to support the Catholic Dominican mission of the University.
 
Description: Caldwell University invites applications for an exempt, full-time, Director of the SOAR program. The Director of the SOAR program will administer all aspects of this learning differences program including but not limited; to serving as an academic facilitator, staffing, scheduling, recruiting, training, providing summer activities, and developing programs. Job duties include, but are not limited to; Serving as an advocate for the students in the program. Meeting one on one as scheduled with each assigned student. Reviewing coaching plans developed for each student. Performing administrative responsibilities to support this learning differences program to include; maintaining the program budget, writing and preparing reports as needed, maintaining SOAR physical space, hardware and necessary software in the SOAR room. Developing materials and publications for the program. Answering inquiries from prospective students, parents, educators. Reviewing and screening all applicants; accepting students into the program. Coordinating registration activities for the students in the program. Recruiting, training, and supervising academic facilitators and peer mentors.Regularly meeting with the facilitator team. Reviewing weekly progress documentation submitted by facilitators. Developing, reviewing, and revising written policies and guidelines for determining the enhanced levels of accommodation for SOAR participants. Designing and delivering workshops for students, parents, and other stakeholders. Designing and conducting parent orientation, activities and/or workshops. Maintaining student records that document the student's individualized academic plan, approved accommodations, progress reports, and communication with students and parents. Working with a small group of students as an academic facilitator. Collaborating with the Director of Accessibility Services and the Associate Dean of Academic Support. Coordinating activities for the program with the Office of Career Development and other departments as appropriate. Communicating with parents regularly. Arranging social activities for students in the program. Preparing and running a summer program for SOAR students.
 
Contact: Michelle Stauss, (973) 618 - 3555, Please post applications and related documents on ADP.
 

Bergen County Special Services
540 Farview Avenue
Paramus, NJ 07652
 
 
LDTC
Immediate
Requirements: NJ licensed LDTC
 
Description: LDTC (multiple) needed to provide learning evaluations and/or CST coverage for various districts in northern NJ.
 
Contact: Grisel Espinosa, 201-343-6000 ext 6500, email contact
 

Long Hill Township Schools
759 Valley Road
Gillette, NJ 07933
 
 
Director of Special Services
7/1/2021
Requirements: Certificate as School Principal or Certificate of Eligibility, required. Master's Degree in Special Education, preferred. Experience as a Child Study Team Member and/or Administrator, preferred. Strong knowledge of New Jersey Administrative Code and IDEA. Demonstrated ability to effectively administer special education programs and collaborate with parents, community groups, and agencies. Enthusiasm to design inclusive educational programs that are responsive to student needs. Strong leadership and communication skills. Familiarity with student databases, preferably Genesis, Frontline IEP, preferred. Required criminal history background check.
 
Description: The Director of Special Services will supervise and support the Child Study Team and special educators in delivering quality programming to our PK-8 students.
 
Contact: Anne Mucci, 908-647-1200 x1031, email contact
 
Please submit your application through Applitrack
 

Catapult Learning
1373 Broad Street, Suite 208
Clifton, NJ
 
 
Child Study Team LDTC
Immediate Openings
Requirements: Must have a Master's Degree and be certified by the State of New Jersey as an LDT-C. Criminal background check as required by the state and the district. Experience functioning as a member of a Child Study Team in New Jersey highly preferred. Experience using computer based IEP programs desirable.
 
Description: Provides Child Study Team related services for non-public school students in accordance with New Jersey State law (PL 193) and Catapult Learning policy and procedures.
Responsibilities ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Attends Assessment Plan meetings for students referred for an Initial Evaluation. Attends Assessment Plan meeting for students referred for Re-evaluations as required. Completes student assessments, creates assessment reports, and submits to Child Study Team Manager per Catapult Learning procedures. If assigned to case manage, maintains caseload in compliance with state and company time-lines and regulations. Attends Eligibility Determination Conferences, if assigned, for Initial and Re-evaluations. Completes all required paperwork in a timely manner. Works in compliance with the Catapult Learning Policy and Procedure manual for E&D services in New Jersey. Remains current with NJ Code and procedures regarding E&D services provided to nonpublic school students Other responsibilities as assigned.
 
Contact: Angela Amatrucola, 908-285-3036, email contact
 

Oradell Public School
350 Prospect Ave.
Oradell, NJ
 
 
LDTC Tenure Track
9/1/2021
Description/Requirements: 1. Valid New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant Certification; 2. Evaluates and aids in the multi-disciplinary classification and support of children with disabilities; 3. Consults with Child Study Team members, teachers, and other appropriate staff to facilitate an understanding of the educational strengths and needs of children; 4. Provides case management services; 5. Demonstrates knowledge of laws and regulations governing special education, including NJAC 6A; 6. Keeps abreast of current research and diagnostic assessment measures; 7. Demonstrates strong interpersonal and communication skills and establishes positive relationships with all stakeholders and families; 8. Required criminal history background check and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
 
Contact: Barbara Longo, 201-261-1180, email contact
 

Harrington Park School District
191 Harriot Ave.
Harrington Park, NJ 07640
 
 
LDTC/Case Manager
January 2021
Description: The Harrington Park Elementary School, an innovative leader in educational excellence, in partnership with a dedicated community, fosters the well-being of the whole child and prepares every student to become life-long learners and empowered, responsible citizens. Therefore we are seeking candidates who have a track record in innovation in the classroom, understand the value of community service and whose approach to teaching encompasses the whole student.
 
Requirements: New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant Certification.

Contact: Celeste Bonura, 201-768-5700 x38610, email contact
 

Warren Hills Regional School District
41 Jackson Valley Rd.
Washington, NJ 07882
 
 
LDTC
ASAP!
Description: Immediate Opening!! Warren Hills Regional School District, Child Study Team Member, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant, Tenure Track Position!
 
Requirements: New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant Certification. Demonstrate knowledge of laws and regulations governing special education. Child Study Team experience and knowledge of NJAC 6A required.

Contact: Marylouise Rowlin, 908-689-3050 ext 1004, email contact
Please apply at: hr@warrenhills.org
 

Pupil Personnel Services and Special Education
Flemington-Raritan Regional School District
50 Court Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
 
LDTC
June 19, 2020
Description: September 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021, Flemington-Raritan Regional School District, Child Study Team Member, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant, (Tenure Track Position!)
 
Responsibilities: Serves as an active member of the Child Study Team; evaluates and aids in the multi-disciplinary  classification of children with disabilities. Provides case management services. Consults with psychologist, social worker and other appropriate staff to facilitate an understanding of the educational strengths and needs of referred and classified children.
 
Requirements: New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant Certification. Demonstrate knowledge of laws and regulations governing special education.  Child Study Team experience and knowledge of NJAC 6A required.

Contact: Candidates should apply online at: http://www.applitrack.com/frsd/onlineapp
Personnel Department, 50 Court Street, Flemington, NJ 08822, email, EOE/AA
 

West Morris Regional High School District
10 South Four Bridges Rd
Chester, NJ 07930
 
LDTC
February 1, 2020
Description: NJ DOE Certified LDT-C to join high school CST. Case management, educational testing and report writing, IEP development and writing, IEP meetings. Requires some travel to out of district schools. Ability to communicate effectively and collaborate professionally with fellow CST members, teachers, teaching assistants, faculty and administration. Strong knowledge of N.J.A.C.6A:14 (special education code) required.
 
Requirements: NJ DOE Certification as LDT-C. Previous experience preferred, particularly at HS level, but not required.
 
Contact: Michael Reinknecht, call 908-879-6404 x 1476 or email.
 

The Peck School
 
247 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07960
 

 
Learning Services Coordinator
8/20/2020
 
Description: Learning Services Coordinator 2020-2021 Position Overview The Peck School, a coed, K-8, independent school in Morristown, NJ, seeks a full-time Learning Services Coordinator for the 2020-2021 school year. The Learning Services Coordinator plays a pivotal role in supporting teacher instruction, building positive relationships with families, and administering and overseeing academic interventions with students in grades K-4. This individual must have a keen diagnostic eye, able to identify specific learning challenges early on and able to create (and adapt) impactful interventions. Familiarity with relevant diagnostic assessments is essential, as well as an ability to maintain systems for documentation and the sharing of relevant information. The ideal candidate will be caring, creative, results-oriented, and deeply committed to helping each student succeed and grow. Because learning services span various constituencies and departments, communication skills both written and oral are imperative. This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience as an integral member of a learning support team, a master's degree in a relevant field, and certification as a reading specialist. This is an excellent opportunity for an innovative and highly motivated educator to join a wonderful faculty. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references by email to learningservices@peckschool.org. Kindly reference the job title in the subject line of your email. No phone calls, please. We encourage you to visit our website, www.peckschool.org, to find out more about our program and mission.
 
Contact: For questions, call Chris Weaver at 973-539-8660 or email.
 

  
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